Mafura butter

In the ever-evolving world of skincare, amidst the constant influx of new products, there lies a treasure trove of ancient remedies waiting to be rediscovered. 

Mafura butter, a hidden gem cherished by indigenous peoples for centuries, emerges as a timeless solution for a myriad of skin concerns.

Derived from the fruit of the Trichilia emetica tree, known by various names like Natal Mahogany and Cape Mahogany, this buttery elixir originates from the sun-kissed lowlands of South Africa. It grows clusters of fragrant creamy-yellow flowers, and fruit that contains six black and scarlet seeds. The oil is extracted from the seeds and solidifies at room temperature, giving us mafura butter.

It melts at 30˚C and boasts a rich profile of essential fatty acids, including palmitic, stearic, oleic, and linoleic acids. These natural wonders act as guardians of moisture, cocooning the skin in hydration and fostering cellular rejuvenation.

But mafura butter's prowess extends beyond mere hydration—it stands as a powerful defender against the ravages of time, harnessing its potent antioxidant properties to combat free radicals, making it a cherished ally for every skin type, especially dry and mature skin.

Yet, mafura butter's virtues don't end there. Laden with limonoids like Trichilin A, it wields antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory powers, offering solace to irritated skin and lending a healing touch to wounds and discomfort. 

With every application, mafura butter unveils its multifaceted allure, beckoning you to embrace its age-old wisdom.